Daemen College has received New York State Department of Education approval to offer a master’s degree in applied behavior analysis (ABA) starting in the fall, making it the only state-approved ABA graduate program in New York. In addition to the master’s degree, approval has been granted for Daemen to launch a new advanced certificate program… Read More »
Bridget Niland, director of athletics and special assistant to the president at Daemen College, has been named a member of the NCAA Division II Infractions Appeals Committee and also chairperson of the Buffalo Niagara Sports Commission (BNSC). “Community engagement is at the core of every NCAA Division II institution, and I am honored to be… Read More »
Daemen College President Gary A. Olson will confer degrees to more than 950 undergraduate and graduate candidates in the Class of 2017 at the college’s 66th annual commencement on May 20 in Kleinhans Music Hall. The undergraduate ceremony will begin at 2:30 p.m. and will include the presentation of the Charles Lumsden Award, the college’s… Read More »
Students from The Park School of Buffalo recently visited Daemen College’s Research and Information Commons (RIC) to learn about and conduct college-level library research for school thesis projects. As part of a Daemen-Park School information literacy collaboration, nearly 30 students were on campus on May 8 to tour the RIC and participate in an orientation… Read More »
Dr. Kehua “Joe” Zhou is a clinical assistant professor in the Daemen College Department of Health Promotion. In addition to teaching courses in health care studies, he currently practices physical therapy at the Daemen College Wound Care Clinic and provides acupuncture treatments and consultations to patients. During the past few years, Zhou has been actively… Read More »
Daemen College director of athletics Bridget Niland announced today that the Fifth Annual Wildcat Golf Classic presented by RP Oak Hill Building Company, Inc. will take place on Thursday, August 10 at Glen Oak Golf Course in East Amherst, N.Y. The Wildcat Golf Classic aims to benefit the Wildcat Athletics Association – the umbrella of financial support… Read More »
A community art education project in the Seneca Babcock neighborhood overseen by Dr. Mary Wolf, associate professor of art education at Daemen College, was featured in an article in the NYSATA News (New York State Art Teachers Association).